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True or False?

In the study, Younger and Older Adults’ Lie-Detection and Credibility Judgments of Children’s Coached Reports, when children were telling a coached report, the study found no significant difference in older and younger adults’ belief that that they were honest and credible.

This is False. The study found that when children were telling a coached report, older adults were more likely to believe that they were honest and credible compared to younger adults. Read more of the study’s findings. Enter the title into the CALiO™Collections search box.


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